From being the site of the country’s first landing strip to being the block that held the nucleus of the Philippine business community now emerges a calming & beautiful haven for Makati’s Business District is now a landscaped expanse of over 20,000 square meters populated by over a hundred trees.
family friendly, easy access, great for a night stroll. during the holiday season the park is lighted with different colors.
Address: Paseo De Roxas St. Cor Makati Ave. Cor Ayala Ave. Makati, 1209 Visit the Ayala Triangle Gardens and enjoy a moment in this contemporary oasis. A 20,000 sq.m populated by over hundred of trees .
1.9 km away from Mandaluyong. A very enjoyable setting in the middle of husstle and busslte of downtown in Manila. People are everywhere but a slice of nature around provides a good place tocsit down and relax. It offers free wifi throughout the park. It is exceptionally very relaxing and…
From being the site of the country’s first landing strip to being the block that held the nucleus of the Philippine business community now emerges a calming & beautiful haven for Makati’s Central Business District is now a landscaped expanse of over 20,000 square meters populated by over a hundred…
“Lush garden architecture surrounded by many shops and restaurants with ponds, church and relaxing atmosphere. Ayala Center, Makati Avenue, Makati ”
“A small French/American cafe and bakery that specialized in all-day breakfast and lunch.”
“ Landmark Department Store Landmark (formerly known as The Landmark) is a department store and supermarket run by Citysuper Incorporated, the holding company of the Landmark Corporation, owned by Enrique Cheng.”
“Greenbelt Mall is only a 6 minute drive from the property. Greenbelt Mall, a complex of five contemporary buildings. What is truly unique about this mall is that each section (Greenbelt 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5) has its own style of architecture and features. Greenbelt 1 still has its own quaint little retail shops but is more concentrated on electronics and home appliances. Greenbelt 2 is comprised of fine dining restaurants. Greenbelt 3 has high- end retail shops on the ground floor, and coffee shops that have become the favorite hangout place for many coffee lovers. Exclusive retail stores include: Hermes, Calvin Klein, Kate Spade, Marks and Spencer, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste and more. The second floor has restaurant, bookshops and more. There are connecting walkways from Greenbelt 3 and 4 to Landmark and Glorietta. The cinemas are located in Greenbelt 3. Greenbelt 4 is small compared to Greenbelt 3. The space accommodate the shops of Louie Vuitton, Salvatore Ferregamo, Jimmy Choo, Balenciaga, Prada, Bulgari, Charriol, Gucci and other higher-end shops. Greenbelt 5’s main feature are the shops of top-caliber Filipino designers though there are also imported high end shops like Patek Philippe, Rolex, Panerai, Zara, Yves Saint Laurent, Banana Republic, Liz Clairborne, Paul Smith, Balenciaga and more. There are restaurants of all kinds and types at Greenbelt 2, 3,and 5. For fast food dining, Greenbelt 1 is the place to be. The Greenbelt Mall has a hodgepodge of clienteles. Though middle income can easily afford fine dining and some branded items at the mall, only the rich and moneyed can afford to buy the upper scale store merchandise, like $1000 handbags, without batting an eyelash. Hours: The mall is open every day. Shops open at 10:00 A.M. and close at 10:00 P.M. Coffee shops at the courtyard are open most days 24/7. Parking is not a problem.”
“The art in the museum is from the private collection of Yuchengco so it's interesting and eclectic. Definitely worth the time if you want to see a good cross section of Filipino art”